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October 23, 2014, 5:09 am
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Prosecution Expected for Those Caught Carrying Concealed Without Permit

Passage of the state’s new concealed carry law has ironically made it tougher for local residents to carry a firearm… at least temporarily.


Last month, State’s Attorney John Milhiser said he would not press charges against people who were caught carrying a concealed weapon in violation of the state’s ban… which had been tossed out by a federal appeals court but remained on the books.


But now the new law is in place, which allows concealed carry, but only with a state permit, the first of which won’t be issued for months.


Milhiser says county residents are expected to abide by the new law… and could face prosecution if they are carrying without a permit.

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